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Hi Kaz From the video you've sent, it doesn't look like you're hitting the pedal in the start to record, but either way, the pedal should not loop like that. You hit one time to record, hit the next to do an overdub, maybe try that and see if you still get the same problem. Because of the beatsense mode built into the pedal, the pedal might confuse it self by listening to the beats you make with your acoustic guitar. Please try again, and let me know if you still have issues
Hi Again Stem thanks for sending in your setting.
We've tried to recreate your problem, and we get it here also. I've passed the torch on to development, and they're diving deep into the algorithms, to see what is going on. I'll let you know when they've found something useful. In the meantime, hang in there bud!
Sounds like a great idea, give it a try. Remember, you have to enable the Flashback II pedal to recieve the external tap tempo in the second stereo input. You do so in the TonePrint app, if the DOD then sends an impulse through the TRS cable when you tap, you should be golden. You should not be able to damage the Flashback in any way. Let us know if it works for you!
The Flashback Triple Delay only recieves MIDI signal on MIDI channel 1, so you need your Micro Clock to send the tempo on that channel. I'm not well versed in MIDI either, but you should be able to control which channel your sending from the Micro Clock unit.
Privet vov4ish If you use the TonePrint editor, you can create custom scales in one of the three availiable TonePrint slots on the pedal. Hook the pedal up to your computer or phone, use the TonePrint App and edit the toneprint there. Now, since the bebop scale only adds a bVI step to the equation, you should be able to add it on top of a major scale template. Let me know if you succeed! :) поговорим позже Rasmus